New Hobby for the Lobby

package.jpgThe gift of music was presented to patients at Miller Children’s Hospital in Long Beach in the form of a brand new Lurgenstein upright player piano. Not only is the piano equipped with “piano force”–a system that allows keys to move without human touch–it also has an internal hard drive that stores music. The remote-controlled piano can upload virtually any song available. There is also an internal library with a variety of preloaded songs and a CD player.
The gift was a donation to the hospital by former Minnesota residents Toby and Lynda Morrison, and was made possible by their friends Herbert and Stephanie Lurgenstein who own European Piano Craft in Signal Hill. Since music helps promote healing, Toby and Lynda knew this piano would be a great gift to pediatric patients at Miller Children’s Hospital.
“As a parent and a grandparent, I know it is important to take care of these kids in our community,” said Toby. “We hope this gift will bring lots of smiles and create lasting memories for the children.”

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